In this episode of What’s Next with Marc, Bill and Laura, famed famed adventurer Diana Nyad joins to offer up a pep talk. Plus, we get the inside scoop on what it takes to create a tv show and magazine right in the midst of a worldwide pandemic.
Betty White has a new award to add to her Emmys, American Comedy Awards and Viewers for Quality Television Awards: the 2015 People’s Choice for TV Icon!
Once upon a time, TV writer Ted Bergman was the hottest ticket in town, but these days, it’s tough for him to get a ticket on the bus tour. He believes age could be a big part of the reason. He explains how he’s battling ageism in Hollywood.
She’s famous for being Oprah’s best friend, but she’s earned her own place in the spotlight thanks to her talent and hard work. Gayle King says one of the most exciting parts about aging these days is you never know what the next chapter will be.
We have a sit-down chat with a real standup guy and find out he went from stress to “Seinfeld” and experienced every emotion along the way.
At 70 years old, Kathryn Joosten is a celebrated actress — she’s won two Emmy awards and received critical acclaim for her roles on TV shows like “Scrubs,” “The West Wing” and “Desperate Housewives.” But it was a dream that almost didn’t happen.
Molly Conole believes she’s found the secret to staying energetic, enthusiastic and curious. She says her job as a children’s TV show host opened her eyes to a message that applies to us all.
Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.
At age 35, Mike Sigel was the youngest ever inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. After retiring he became the game’s best known promoter only to return to prove he’s still got it!
Legendary TV producer Martin Tahse has made it his mission to preserve one of the most beloved children’s shows of all time and he’s dedicated to introducing it to a whole new generation.